White House Press Briefing with Sarah Sanders, 9/12/17

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  1. Bet this will be a brief briefing!

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  2. ledygrey says:

    whitehouse.gov has it listed for 2:30 PM EDT.

    Liked by 3 people

  3. stella says:

    This press conference hasn’t started yet, and we already have 13 comments, most of which are off topic.

    Liked by 2 people

    • jrapdx says:

      Yeah, but until it starts, there’s no “on-topic” topic to discuss. I think people just like to “check in” with each other until the briefing gets going. And sometimes they provide some interesting or useful tidbits of news to rest of us waiting around.

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      • jeans2nd says:

        No “on-topic” topic to discuss? Shirley you jest. One could discuss what topics might be covered in the press briefing, or the status of current bills up for debate that might be brought up in the press briefing. Stella is admin here, were you aware? Your topic of discussion in this particular post belongs in the Open Thread, imo.

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    • fleporeblog says:

      Also you can tell what the Whores will ask about in advance. My post referring to the dinner was a major topic of conversation.

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  4. Ditch Mitch says:

    Ha! RSBN showing Apple sellathon (trying to justify $1000 phone), as we wait for the press circus. Yesterday Bossart and Sanders were great!

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  5. jrapdx says:

    Here we go!

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  6. fleporeblog says:

    Every economic measure is coming up roses for our President and his administration. There is absolutely nothing that the Dems, Rhinos, MSM, CoC, Big Club, Globalist etc. can do to stop it! Not even two massive Hurricanes can slow it down.


    From the article linked above:

    The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Index of Small Business Optimism rose 0.1 points to 105.3, matching the 12-year high set in January. The percentage of small business owners planning to make capital expenditures in the next three to six months reached its highest level since 2006.

    “This is a sign of economic health that we’ve been expecting based on the soaring optimism that began last year,” said NFIB President and CEO Juanita Duggan. “Higher optimism resulted first in higher employment activity, and now we’re seeing more small business owners making capital investments.”

    “Consumer demand is very strong, and the regulatory relief has been dramatic,” said Duggan. “Small business owners still expect progress on tax reform and healthcare, and they will be watching closely.”

    “Small firms are now making long-term investments in new machines, equipment, facilities, and technology,” he said. “That’s a real sign of strength, and it will be interesting to see if the August result becomes a trend.”

    The reading beat the consensus forecast for a small drop to 104.3 from the equally surprisingly strong reading in July. It has been soaring since the election and inauguration of President Donald Trump. Though it wavered when Republicans failed to repeal and replace Obama, renewed optimism over the likelihood Congress passes President Trump’s tax reform package is undoubtedly fueling gains.

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  7. duchess01 says:

    Eric and Lara Trump welcome first baby, Eric ‘Luke’ Trump, president’s ninth grandchild
    by Naomi Lim | Sep 12, 2017, 12:34 PM


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  8. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Nailing those presstitutes! YES!!!

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  9. Niagara Frontier says:

    Sarah loves those Comey questions. Gives the administration a chance to remind the public of all of his misdeeds.

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    • duchess01 says:

      Yes, she was ‘right on point’ and incredibly accurate in her knowledge on this subject!

      Liked by 12 people

      • WSB says:

        Sarah’s ‘fooled the toddlers’ smirk throws me to the floor everytime!

        Liked by 13 people

        • duchess01 says:

          She is good – handles the kiddies well – bet her children don’t get away with much!, either!

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          • Ditch Mitch says:

            duchess, should I change my name for the WH press conference from “press circus” to “press childcare center”? Oh wait, today’s childcare centers are too PS.

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          • mopar2016 says:

            And what was that question about Mr. Trump’s cell phone all about?
            Seems to be some illiterates among the press.

            Liked by 1 person

            • duchess01 says:

              Nosey, April! She cannot help herself – April needs to learn to MHOB!

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              • maiingankwe says:

                I can’t stand the woman, she goes off of emotions rather than facts. She also doesn’t think her questions through, at least to me she doesn’t. For example, her question on the President’s phone. She is seriously asking if the General, his Chief of Staff, literally takes his cell phone away from him first thing in the morning and may give it back when the President leaves work for the night. At least that is how I took it.

                Does she seriously believe Sanders will just come out and say, “You’re absolutely right April, our President needs to be treated as a child, and therefore he is not allowed to use his cell phone unless of course he asks for permission first.” Really? Does she actually believe this to be happening?

                So, in my opinion, it is one of many of her stupid questions. How she got where she is is beyond me. She is mean, never smiles, accuses without facts and enjoys making things up and lives in a fantasy land. She is a waste of space in the briefing room along with many of her other associates.

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                • duchess01 says:

                  Mai – this is a situation wherein one chooses an employee and/or representative based upon ‘color’ and not ‘character’ – upon eccentricity – not education and/or experience –

                  Most of the people in that room cannot use the brain God gave them – however, I do believe this is part of the ploy to characterize the President as mentally deficient and/or incompetent –

                  Read somewhere – next attack and/or accusation against the President (now that Russia is dead) is mental illness – unfortunately, it is a now a question of which one in the p-pool is the most mentally deficient – and childish!

                  If I had my way – I would take away the p-passes of those who do not qualify as journalists/reporters – I am certain there is book somewhere (an ‘old’ one – not progressively written) that lists the ‘Rules of Conduct’ – and ‘Asking Pertinent Questions’ – for ‘Reporters’ – oh, yes – I know – this one…

                  ALL I REALLY NEED TO KNOW I LEARNED IN KINDERGARTEN – by Robert Fulghum

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              • maiingankwe says:

                Duchess, that was one of my most favorite books of all time. I had found it in a used book store while I was back packing across the western US. I so remember laughing and laughing in my little, red tent while reading it in the middle of nowhere. I remember the day perfectly. It was a bright, warm sun shiny day and I was surrounded by some of the most beautiful trees. I just can’t remember what state I was in. I did buy the book in Colorado or Wyoming.

                I borrowed that book to my Dad and I never got it back. He gave it to someone else to read. He was always doing that with the books I borrowed to him. I could make him swear he’d give it back and poof, it would be gone. The only time I was sad was one of the books I had gotten in Havre, Montana and it had been a local book by a local press. Since I didn’t have the ISBN number or title, it was gone. Otherwise, I knew if I borrowed a book to my Dad, chances were extremely slim on the return. Books are replaceable, and I would remind myself that before and after borrowing. It’s just the book was so darn good I had to share with him. He was the same. He saw the books were so good he had to share too.

                I did buy a copy of that book and I still have it. A beautiful, short read that will have you laughing and smiling.

                I still remember one of the chapters where he is explaining why he doesn’t want to rake all of the leaves up like his neighbor. I remember liking that one and following it ever since.
                Thank you for your insight, you are so right and thank you for bringing up such wonderful memories for me with that book.
                Beautiful day to you Duchess,

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                • duchess01 says:

                  Awww…Mai – what a wonderful story – I cannot wait till you publish just (1) book – I will buy it and treasure it for the rest of my life – won’t you please consider writing a book – I am sure I am not the only one here who would love to read a book penned by you! God Bless You! You are a precious soul! Hugs!

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              • maiingankwe says:

                So I’m only allowed to write one book, is that it? Okay. 😋

                You know, you’ve got me thinking along with what you, Amwick, Ddonna and few other great Treepers have encouraged me to do. Maybe I should write a book of short stories. Heck, if I can’t find a publisher, it’s become far easier now to do it on your own. I know the chances are slim with a real publisher, especially if one doesn’t have an agent.

                Alright, I solemnly promise to try, and you’re right, short stories, one for each chapter would be right up my alley. I just wish I could find all of the stories I wrote of Ponytail Kim, my Dad and Ella. I should’ve really have written down the dates to make it easier to find. It’s doable though.

                I can guarantee my name Ma’iingankwe will be my authors name. It’s my real name after all. So at least that would be easy enough for the Treepers to find. 🙃

                To be honest, I never thought my writing was worthy for a book. I’ve always dreamed of being a writer, but never thought I had the vocabulary or even the adjectives to describe things like so many authors are good at doing. I’ve characterized my writing to be simple, and that’s not a bad thing. It’s just is what it is. I can’t be something I’m not, and trust me, I’ve tried and failed miserably.

                Duchess, you and other Treepers have made me feel really good inside, made me feel special and worthy. So, maybe just maybe I can make my big dream possible. Thank you ever so much for giving me that last push I needed. May you have an amazing day, kinda like you made mine. 😊

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                • duchess01 says:

                  Oh, I’ve got Goosebumples BIGLY, Mai!

                  Tell you a secret – I only asked for (1) book because (1) denotes the ‘beginning’ of something – 🙂

                  Of course, I knew (in my spirit) one book would be the beginning of many to come – * Giggles *

                  Simple is good – and, you have a gift – given by the Creator – to tell a story that not only ‘paints a picture’ but, also a “builds a character’ – we are privileged to get to know the people in your life by your characterizations – their antics – their warmth – these are the stories that ‘stick’ in our minds – and provide life lessons – tell me – how could you let your fans down by not sharing your stories with a wider audience?

                  Vocabulary is overrated – the best writers are those who speak in simple ways to their readers – the message is lost in ‘big’ words – the average person does not have an extensive vocabulary – the story captivates the reader – as your stories have captivated us many times – it is not what you say, but how you say it – in your own unique way – you tell a story like no other can –

                  I will pray you find the stories you have written previously – many of them are here on the blog – and others are still alive in your memory – ‘go to the quiet’ – where the Creator can refresh your memory and inspire you – to write and share –

                  God Bless You, Mai – as your undertake a ‘new’ and exciting journey in your life!

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  10. Joe says:

    Comey now gets a taste of his own medicine.

    Sarah is always ready with facts and never over answers.

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  11. duchess01 says:

    Smackdown from Sarah – ‘is the president comfortable’ – ‘is the president confident’ – ‘is the president unhappy’ – ‘how were these people chosen to have dinner with the president’ –

    What idiotic questions! Can we have an IQ test before they are credentialed for the p-pool?

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  12. Joe says:

    Imagine if Hussein’s press briefing included a reference to the FBI director breaking the law AND that director was a Republican.

    It would Nixon level press insanity.

    Liked by 10 people

  13. WSB says:

    Did I miss something? Has there been no question about hurricane recovery efforts, lives lost, mid Florida disaster, anything?!!!!!!

    I will post again, all of you Twitter Warriors, please come and get your arrow and fling this around the internet!!!!! I know the White House does not necessarily determine which pressitute is in the pool, but it is high time we get these vermin out! Time to send a message!!!!


    Thanks in advance!!!!!!

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  14. Ditch Mitch says:

    Rapid-fire presser. Sara is always in control and well prepared as all PDJT’s staff and Cabinet members are. Sara also makes sure to correct any misstatements by the press as Jimmy boy tried to do.

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  15. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Commie April if fishing for tech vulnerabilities! EVIL! She’s fishing for security breachables! The WICKED WITCH! She wants Trump’s device info! NASTY! This is EXACTLY what the ChiComs do!

    The GOOD part of Kelly controlling info-tech around Trump is that he is trying to keep ChiCom and Russian data collection as far away as possible. The administration is clearly reacting to adversarial probes on Trump’s interests. And COMMIE APRIL is trying to stir up some info for her radical buddies!

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  16. WSB says:

    BOOM! Gavel down!

    Liked by 8 people

  17. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    Journ0list ~ Sarah, Sarah, what is the president’s strategy for the 2018 mid-term elections?

    SHS ~ You’ll find out next year.

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  18. Mia C says:

    I’m up to the part where she discusses the Comey firing. This lady is kicking major a$$. Smooth.

    Liked by 7 people

  19. Mia C says:

    DACA is such bullcrap. Amnesty and 30 year old anchor criminals.

    Liked by 8 people

  20. n1ghtcr4wler says:

    I hate the woman in green in the first row

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    • Ditch Mitch says:

      Hallie Jackson of NBC. When she gets called on she acts like she is conducting an exclusive, with nobody else in the room. Keeps asking questions until Sara cuts her off. She interrupts and talks over others. She would fit better with the lib women on the view. She may be tops on my dislike list along with Jimmy and April.

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  21. lisabrqwc says:

    I just practiced my journalist face in the bathroom mirror going by the pic on the post. Couldn’t do it with a straight face knowing what I know about the fake stream. Muh concern, muh seriousness. 😀

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  22. brschultz says:

    Why do we even have briefings? It’s like a mother that keeps asking you the same question 50000000 times over!!!

    The media is stupid. Why can’t their be a bi-weekly press meeting. Pres Trump needs to keep the press on their heels.

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  23. Southern Son says:

    Sarah is a Ringer!
    This Gal knows how to conduct a Press Event.
    A Lioness.
    Was that al Franken fishin’ with the election stink bait question?
    She forcefully swam Upstream of the bait.
    I. Love. Winning!
    Give me More!

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  24. jeans2nd says:

    Sarah Huckabee Sanders keeps insisting that Pres Trump will not advise the DOJ on who to prosecute or not prosecute.

    ““That’s not the president’s role,” Sanders told reporters at the afternoon briefing, where she was asked if President Donald Trump would encourage the department to prosecute Comey. “That’s the job of the Department of Justice, and something they should certainly look at…I think if there’s ever a moment where we feel someone’s broken the law, particularly if they’re the head of the FBI, I think that’s something that certainly should be looked at,” Sanders replied.”

    Beg pardon, but, what? That is most def the President’s job.

    Alan Dershowitz 8 Jun 2017
    “the president can, in theory, decide who to investigate, who to stop investigating, who to prosecute and who not to prosecute. The president is the head of the unified executive branch of government, and the Justice Department and the FBI work under him and he may order them to do what he wishes.”

    10 Sep 2015 Sally Q. Yates, former deputy attorney general
    ““It’s only fair that the people who are responsible for committing those crimes be held accountable. The public needs to have confidence that there is one system of justice and it applies equally regardless of whether that crime occurs on a street corner or in a boardroom.”

    Yates was referring to corporate executives, but her words are relevant.

    20 Apr 2009 – Aide: Obama Won’t Prosecute Bush Officials

    “The Department of Justice (DOJ) has no time limit to review the FBI’s recommendation and evidence in Hillary Clinton’s email scandal”

    “President-elect Donald Trump won’t subject Hillary Clinton to a criminal inquiry — instead, he’ll help her heal”
    “when the president-elect…tells you before he’s even inaugurated he doesn’t wish to pursue these charges, it sends a very strong message, tone and content, to the members,” Kellyanne Conway told the hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” who first reported that the president-elect would not pursue his campaign pledge to “lock up” Clinton, his Democratic opponent.”

    Drain The Swamp? Nah. Jump right in.


    • mimbler says:

      I confess, I don’t see a positive spin on that collection of facts.


    • Hap Hazard says:

      The president has the POWER to direct prosecutions, but most presidents defer to their AG to actually make that call. After all, why bother to have an Attorney General if he or she is just sitting over at DOJ with a butt in the chair?

      In order to prosecute someone for a CRIME, one has to have sufficient proof that a jury can be persuaded beyond a reasonable doubt.

      One thing continuing to amaze me is how many Treepers are so hung up on past slights and the need for payback. I would much rather prosecute leakers, Antifa, Mayors of Charlottesville, etc who have committed crimes during the CURRENT administration. We are supposed to be making the country great again. To my mind, that can’t happen if all of our negative energy is devoted to exacting retribution for past slights and sins.

      Besides, we don’t know that Hillary, Comey et al WON’T be prosecuted. But major investigations such as this take time. Please stop with the negativity and hand wringing. It is beyond tiring to read.

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    • I just love seeing the nyt here on my beloved site, I practice avoiding all those LIARS and come here to get facts and feel connected to like minded folks… Then I have to skip over HUGE nyt logos like it is important and we should care what they think ? I don’t get it …. But will dutifully continue to ignore as needed….. 😦



  25. Would I be outta line..
    Saying ..
    I think Sarah is really HOT! 😉
    I’d marry her… lol j/K

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  26. deanbrh says:

    I LOVE Sarah for being soooo smart. I had a job like hers, for a very short time, and didn’t have the street-smarts she has. She is truly a Winner!

    Liked by 2 people

  27. dobbsfan says:

    Sarah took an awesome swing at scum Hillary and her “book tour” towards the end of this segment.

    I agree with ya’ll…………this press corp is made up of evil snakes. Idiots, all of them.

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  28. zephyrbreeze says:

    She must have retained Michelle Obama’s stylist. What the heck is she wearing, and it’s fits horribly on top of the cray-cray design. Jeez…do I have to do everything?


  29. This was posted a few minutes ago…Supreme Court upholds PDJT’s travel ban. It’s from Yahoo news, so…


    Liked by 3 people

  30. recoverydotgod says:

    Watched the whole PressCONference. SHS is good! Real good. 🙂

    Liked by 3 people

  31. dayallaxeded says:

    Could not watch much, but will go back to catch reported goodies at the end–thanks Treepers! I just can’t stand to look or listen to the enemedia presstitutes–after a very short time, I feel like I’m about to be sucked into a super-massive black hole of stupid! Oh Lord, wipe the memory of all those dead eyes from my brain!


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